If you forget to counter stain color of Gram positive would be violet or blue .
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Yes it would still be Violet or blue. Gram positive bacteria are gram positive, because it holds onto the crystal violet stain that washes out of gram negative bacteria. Counterstaining with safranian turns gram negative bacteria pink to red only because the crystal violet has washed out of the gram negative. The lighter safranian has little to no effect on gram positive bacteria.
The cause of the difference has to do with the makeup of the cell wall in the different bacteria.
There are different types of staph infections the cause many illnesses. A mild case of the bacterial infection is passed along by personal contact causing skin infections. a more serious, but rare case, is when the bacteria enters the body through a break in the skin. It moves to the bloodstream infecting organs, joints or the nervous system.
Staphylococcus don't move as they lack flagella , they drift .
In what regard? You need heat in order to heat fix the bacterial cells to the slide. This adheres cells to the slide. Otherwise, the bacterial cells would wash off the slide during the Gram staining process.
If you leave the slide in the Bunsen burner too long, then you can distort the bacterial cell shape and size and also have other artifacts appear on the slide that are not bacterial cells.
No, it's most likely a decomposer but cyanobacteria are primary producers as they possess chlorophyll .
It totally abolishes it by killing the bacteria.
Gonorrhea is a contagious, purulent inflammation of the urethra or the vagina, caused by a bacterial pathogen called Neisseria gonorrhea. Neisseria is a diplococcus that likes mucus membranes. It wasn't until 1879 that gonorrhea was discovered by Albert Neisser.
Prokaryotic cells . RBC of mammals and Sieve tube cells of plants .
Euglena , Paramecium , E. coli , Chlamydomonas , Trypanosoma , Plasmodium .
Indirect contamination is the opposite of direct of contamination which does not need to do direct contact to be contaminated. An example of this is a person with HIV/AIDS who shares needles with another person that has no HIV/AIDS. These two people did not have any direct contact with each other, but sharing needles with HIV/AIDS or any types of diseases is an example of indirect contamination which could lead the healthy person to also get the HIV/AIDS.
Yes, it typically favors environments at about 60 degrees Celsius.
The enzyme DNA polymerase is what facilitates the replication of DNA, however there are multiple enzymes that aid the process of DNA replication such as helicase, ligase, and exonuclease.
Flagella are small tails attached to cells, usually of single-celled organisms. They help, quite simply, with movement.
Mycoplasma are found most often on the surfaces of mucous membranes
The nucleus stores the cell's DNA and RNA. It is the central brain system of the cell. It basically runs the cell's primary processes.
It means "where the person in question works, teaches, or goes to school."
it is the Bactria that changes shape
To diagnose Enterococcus faecalis:
First, do the Gram stain: Gram positive cocci in chains
catalase test: negative
PYR disc: positive
single, pairs or short chains
In women, GBS can cause vaginitis and urinary tract infections.
Unlike viruses, mycoplasma can reproduce outside of living cells
The patient's own normal flora
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